Mayor E. Denise Simmons has established a Mayor’s Fire Relief Fund to assist the families and individuals directly impacted by this devastating fire. Donate online.
On Thursday, December 8th, the speed limit on City-owned streets in the City of Cambridge will be reduced to 25 Miles Per Hour (MPH), unless otherwise posted. Learn about this Vision Zero Initiative
From design to construction, the Main Street Reconstruction Project has been many years in the making. Today, it can now be enjoyed by all who live, work, and visit Kendall Square. Read the full story
City of Cambridge Becomes First City in State to Offer Residents New Emergency Communication & Family Connection App Called RAPIDSOS.
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Participatory Budgeting (PB) is back! If you are a Cambridge resident age 12 or older, YOU can vote from December 3-9, 2016 to help us determine how to spend $700,000 to improve the community. You do not have to be a U.S. citizen to participate in the PB vote.
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The first step in receiving assistance from the City is to contact and register with the Red Cross of Massachusetts. On Monday, December 5, from 8:30 am - 8 pm and Tuesday, December 6, 8:30 am - 5pm, the City is hosting a Fire Recovery Resource Center on the 2nd floor of Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave. Read latest statement on fire investigation
As part of the city’s Participatory Budgeting (PB) Process, Cambridge residents can vote online or at designated locations from Dec. 3-9, to help decide how to spend $700,000 of the FY18 capital budget on projects to improve Cambridge. You do not have to be a U.S. citizen to participate in the PB vote.
Cambridge residents are encouraged to renew 2016 Parking Permits prior to the expiration date of Jan. 31, 2017. Renew early and online to avoid delays or long walk-in lines.
On Thursday, December 8th, the speed limit on City-owned streets in the City of Cambridge will be reduced to 25 Miles Per Hour (MPH), unless otherwise posted. This is an important step towards improving the safety of everyone who lives, works and visits Cambridge, and is a significant component of the City’s Vision Zero Initiative.
The Commission advises the City Manager and the Assistant City Manager for Human Services on human services policy issues, needs assessment, and funding allocations.
Four City departments are organizing or participating in holiday drives for those who may be alone or may need a helping hand.
The MBTA, City of Boston, City of Cambridge, and the advocacy group TransitMatters have partnered to better understand the needs of those traveling overnight in and around Boston. You can help by completing a short survey about your overnight travel.
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